Product Code: Implement Sign In with Twitter
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Implement Sign In with Twitter
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Add a functional login with Twitter button for any website in less than an hour. 2KO's online courses are also available as full-time instructor led courses in Cape Town, giving our students hands on skills to help prepare for International IT certification exams. 2KO International presents authorised computer courses with IT certification, and is a leading supplier of online computer training (available world-wide) from the comfort of home or work.
In this course you will learn how to create and implement a button that allows users to log in to a website using their Twitter account, effectively bypassing the need to fill out yet another registration form. Basic programming knowledge is recommended for this course, but even beginners can follow along and develop this integration. This course is also great for entrepreneurs who are building a website for themselves.
How Does This Benefit a Website?
Social logins are all the rage these days, and for good reason -- the signup you receive from social logins is up to 30% higher than the standard signup form. The benefit to websites is the ability to have all of your users connect automatically to social media sites to share your content.
Why Should You Learn It?
Social media login integrations are becoming a much more important part of standard practice in web development. If you can't integrate social media logins you're being left in the dust by your competitors who can.
Other Important Social Media Integrations
Google and Facebook are the other most common social media integrations you'll need to know, and we have courses on how to do that as well.
- Introduction to the Course (2:01)
How to Implement Sign In with Twitter
- Creating a Twitter App (3:40)
- Dependencies, Directories and Files (6:14)
- Authenticating (6:43)
- Authenticating - Part 2 (8:00)
- Authenticating - Part 3 (6:45)
- Storing Users (8:40)